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raised: eugene robinson of the "washington post" and ross douthat of the "new york times." ross, you wrote the other day that this whole thing revealed yet again a tension between what you call two americas , one constitutional, one cultural. explain. >> well, i think what you see happening in this debate is much like what you mentioned in the opening just now. there are people who frame it exclusively through the lens of constitutional rights, where what we have here is the free exercise of religion . muslims have as much a right to exercise their religion as anyone else and that's the only debate that matters, the constitutional debate. and then i think on the other side you have people who instinctively or, you know, intuitively or intellectually conceive of america in cultural as well as constitutional terms. and so, in a sense, in that america , it isn't clear that islam has completely arrived yet. there's a sense of suspicion, uncertainty that you have seen in the past where wreligious grouped like my own church, the catholic church in the 19th century, even with home-grown fai
. coming up, dave ross and wisdom martin debate hainesworth and when jason marky gets back in the groove on the hill for the nationals, we start with the redskins and more than impressive. mcnabb, leaves the scoring and drives the offense, puts up 42 points. the special teams score and hall comes up big with an interception and on defense. another highlight, albert hainesworth played after the game and played three spots on the line and the nose tackle with the second-strength defense entering the game with eight minutes remaining in the second quarter. the second-strength defense finished off the half and holding the bills to one 1st down on two possessions and allowing them 37 yards of offense. the 3-4 defense the skins are using is different from what he feared and he feels good about the new role. when do you think you will be a starter again? >> i don't know. i think it's not my call. upper management. whatever they want me to do and i'll going to keep playing and know i'm a good player and i'll be with the first. -- first. >> earlier, i spoke with undrafted rookie free agent banks
today by foster father louis ross and an aunt who is also his foster mother, jennifer campbell. it's still classified as a missing person's case. louis ross is our primary suspects. campbell and ross met with reporters after he was reported missing. >> i couldn't love him any more than if i had given birth to him. we love him with all our hearts. >> this is not just a situation they are just sitting back and collecting money having this kid that we didn't want. no, we fought every step of the way for him. >> reporter: by late august police decided they were suspects in the case. >> i want to clarify, this is not a missing persons case anymore. this is a homicide investigation. and we are talking to the people responsible. >> reporter: campbell and ross were jailed on murder-related charges but the case hit the wall. police may have been trying to get jennifer to give them information on louis, but it didn't work. with no body, no witnesses, no hard evidence, the couple was released. an attorney advised but did not represent them: >> i always thought what the police did was the wro
that supervisor ross mirkarimi has brought it forward again. thank you. >> supervisor ross mirkarimi. supervisor mirkarimi: this is an inoculous measure. it really is for all intents and purposes. it does not do anything prescribed, it doesn't mettle in the inner working of the police department. i've been working with the police department a number of years on these kind of matters and i agree there's an unorthodox assertion that the board of supervisors should not take these kind of leaps or steps but at the same time, we're the ones who answer constituent concerns about public safety. we're the gatekeepers that people come to complain to us the most about insufficient response or insufficient resources on the police department but yet, we're all the ones for over the last five or six years have done our homework on what other cities are doing. and they have demonstrated, i think, with sound proof as it has been well documented, too, by perf, which i sit on the executive committee with the police department that has become the the idea for the chief to make these reforms and prior to that, the
and six nos. president chiu: motion fails. ross mirkarimi, i think your proposal around material changes, i wanted to see if -- i just want to ask, this is language being added to section 11.2c so that is relevant to that item on the counter? >> i don't have the language in front of me. supervisor mirkarimi: item 3.8 -- sorry. i apologize. material changes, not withstanding anything in the i.c.a. or in the planned documents to the contrary -- [inaudible] below market rate housing plan, open space plan or the design or redevelopment subject to the prior review and approval of the city, the board, the supervisors, board of supervisors may differ with the -- [inaudible] it's an enforcement commitment. that's all. quite frankly, any amendment that i think is considered in advance by this body, it requires this level of air cover so it is maiden forcable. that's it. president chiu: given what supervisor ross mirkarimi has just asked, could you tell us which item we would be amending with the changes to the i.c.a. >> this is a change to item 12 and 14. it would be to approve the i.c.a. subject
play at the hands of louis ross and remains our primary suspect. >> reporter: ross was hasanni campbell's foster post -- foster father. the lieutenant would not say what information are leading him this way. jennifer campbell was hasanni campbell's foster mother. officials met with her. the lieutenant said louis ross is the suspect because i was the last person seen with hasanni campbell that we know about. ross said he left hasanni campbell in a parking area next to a rock ridge shoe store. today, the detective says he believes hasanni never made it to that shoe shore. he's working with the district torn's office and hopes to file -- attorney's office and hopes to file charges. >> if p somebody out there -- if somebody out there knows anything, saw anything that day or spoke to ross, we need -- if somebody out there has information, we need them to come forward. >> reporter: to mark the one- year anniversary of hasanni campbell'sappearance, the members of the nonprofit organization citizens for the loss spent the weekend and past few dies -- few days preparing for this. alie rasmus, kt
: he was reported missing a year ago today by foster father louis ross and an aunt who is also his foster mother, jennifer campbell. it's still classified as a missing person's case. >> louician ross is still our primary suspect. i feel he met foul play at the hands of louis ross. >> reporter: campbell and ross met with reporters the day after hasanni was reported missing. >> i couldn't love him any more than if i had given birth to him. we love him with all our hearts. >> this wasn't a situation that they are just sitting back collecting money and have this kid that they don't want. no, we fought every step of the way for him. >> reporter: by late august police decided they were suspects in the case. >> i want to clarify, this is not a missing persons case anymore. this is a homicide investigation. and we are talking to the people responsible. >> reporter: campbell and ross were jailed on murder-related charges but the case hit the wall. police may have been trying to get jennifer to give them information on louis, but it didn't work. with no body, no witnesses, no hard evidence,
the prime suspect is still the foster father59-year-old lewis ross. terry mcsweeney joins us from the alameda coun courthouse. police held a news conference. >> police were talking across town that this afrnoon is representative of a missing children's group mting with the d.a.'s office. police are saying there's no doubt in their mind who killed hasanni campbell but they're looking to the public for that one sliver of informatn that can lead to recovery of t body and conviction. >> the case is still classifi as a missin person's case but i feel he met foul play at the hands of lewis ross and remains our primary suspect. >> this case is not a who done it. it's a how do we prove it without the body of little hasanni campbell. a year to the day after the child was reported missing at the shoe ste on college avenue in oakland and after the distribution of who are than 10,000 flie with campbell alleys picture and heavy media coverage there's no trace of the boy. >> somebody has that information. we need them to come forward. >> it was august 10th ross told police he left his foster ch
the prime suspect is still the foster father, 59-year-old lewis ross. terry mcsweeney joins us from the alameda county courthouse. police held a news conference. >> police were talking across town that this afternoon is representative of a missing children's group meeting with the d.a.'s office. police are saying there's no doubt in their minds who killed hasanni campbell but they're looking to the public for that one sliver of information that can lead to recovery of the body and conviction. >> the case is still classified as a missing person's case but i feel he met foul play at the hands of lewis ross and remains our primary suspect. >> this case is not a who done it. it's a how do we prove it without the body of little hasanni campbell. a year to the day after the child was reported missing at the shoe store on college avenue in oakland and after the distribution of who are than 10,000 fliers with campbell alleys picture and heavy media coverage there's no trace of the boy. >> somebody has that information. we need them to come forward. >> it was august 10th ross told police he
. this morning, the lead investigator pointed the finger at his foster father, lewis ross, the last person who saw the boy bookmaker's case is still classified as a missing person's case, but based on the investigation, i feel that hasani campbell met foul play at the hands of lewis ross. >> you'll get caught and you'll be prosecuted and there will be justice. if he was here that's what i would say to him. he needs to be a man and tell the truth. >> sherry lynn miller has spent countless hours searching and she feels confident that the police will arrest ross who has moved out of state and she's urging jennifer campbell wrap the boy's former foster mother and a person of suppress to tall all she knows. but the grandmother believes police have it wrong. do you think that ross is responsible? >> no, i don't. i think that he was definite it will kidnapped and in the back of the shoe store and that they're taking the wrong attitude in their investigation. >> reporter: volunteers tell us that prosecute and maryland. one volunteer told me the parents may have left the state but intend to bring the c
't gone cold it's an active investigation. his prime suspect is this man louis ross. was campbell's foster father. >> still missing persons case but based on the investigation i feel campbell was met by the hands of louis ross said he is the primary suspect carried >> here's the jennifer campbell and least ross they were arrested early on in the case but release due to lack of evidence. frost and now reportedly lives in maryland has said that he briefly left campbell outside his car in this oakland schuster parking lot on august 10, 2009 when he disappeared. jennifer kimball was working at the store. oakland police say they don't believe campbell of related to the store. >> i feel that ross is not being forthright he is a suspect because he is the last person that we know was with campbell before what missing. >> weeks ago oakland police said they one of his stay with the fbi interviewed jennifer campbell was now reportedly living in arizona. they're calling her personal interest to may or may not have the information in this case. lieutenant says the research as like you see here of oakla
and ross has something to do with it. >> we love him with all our hearts. >> this wasn't a situation about collecting money and had this kid that they don't want. we fought. >> reporter: by late august of last year police decided jennifer campbell and lewis ross were suspects in the case. >> i want to clarify this is not a missing persons case any more. this is a homicide investigation and we are talking to the people responsible. >> reporter: campbell and ross were jailed on murder-relate the charges but the case hit a wall. police may have been trying to get jennifer give them information on lieu wishes but it didn't work. no body, no witnesses, and no hard evidence. police released the couple. >> i thought what the police did was a wrong tactic. there was no basis to arrest either one of them, and it certainly caused them to be more united. >> reporter: in january they moved away from the bay area and later separate the. she is believed living in arizona. he may be in maryland. the acting lieutenant says he is still on the case. >> ross is obviously not being forthright. i believe he is
was ever reported missing. from the time his foster father lewis ross reported him missing from a shoe store on college avenue, police were suspicious. the child hadn't been seen in public for four days. ross then proceeded to fail a polygraph and found e-mails where roles threatened to abandon a boy at a bart station. one member of the citizens for the loss society said ross became a suspect in her mind last december. >> 2009 when our volunteers were in the neighborhood putting up fliers and lewis ross went to the bedroom window and told them to get the hell away from his property. and an innocent person wouldn't do that. i think that was the turning point for everybody. >> ross and a foster mom who's also the boy's aunt, jennifer campbell, were both arrested for hasanni's murder but released a few days later because of lack of evidence. they have since moved out of state and separated. today the investigators are meeting with the media and members of the lost society meeting with the district attorney. there's also going to be a potluck dinner. there's also going to be a prayer vigil
. >> expendable. >>> coming you later dave ross and i take the albert hainesworth test. >> very interesting. no teases on if you passed or not? >> put it this way. ross is sleeping right now, very soundly and he does the morning show. so he could be back but there could be other reasons he's sleeping. >>> we'll be looking forward to that. thank you, feldy. >>> coming up tonight at 10:00 heart pounding minutes for a mother and three children, a carjacker takes control with a 5-year-old in the back seat. more on this terrifying ride and how it all ended still ahead. >>> a disturbing new report shows how many -- let's go to you for a bit. >> hope you got a nice break from the heat. it was only in the 80s. won't last t.o. too long. changes are coming. that means more hot stuff. now it's your turn. at pizza hut, everyone loved our $10 any pizza deal so much we decided to make even bigger changes. we've lowered the price of every pizza on our menu. so you can get your favorite pizza at a great price every day. now a large pizza with up to three of your favorite toppings is just ten bucks. or any
are taking off the wall on the road here in redskins park from ashburn, virginia. dave ross, wisdom martin and a special guest. welcome. are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> no time to waste. stephen strasburg, good idea, bad idea? should they shut him down and protect the franchise? >> let the man play. why not, you know? it's a good situation for him. let him do his thing. >> you're not worried about injuries? >> no. >> i'm going to disagree. i'm going to say they're not growing to make the playoffs. shut it down. he's the franchise. shut him down. save him for next year. football is a little bit different because it's a team sport. you have more players. it's more of an impact. baseball, you have this one pitcher, one dude, he's supposed to be the franchise, the big ticket, the big draw. >> they say he needs to get to 160 innings pitched this year so next year we're not in the same situation of trying to hold him back. because he's young, they have to build up his arm strength. i'm kind of with devon on this. if he's okay, let him play. brett favre,
? this is a little child who went missing from our community. >> reporter: his foster father, louis ross, said he left hassani behind the building where his mother works. the foster parents were released but later released for lack of evidence. ross and campbell, hassani's aunt, left the bay area. later on we'll be getting an update and we'll learn more about how the police reinterviewed ross. we'll have more events -- more on the events happening later on today. you can go to ktvu.com. reporting live in san leandro, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:07. governor schwarzenegger plans to appeal after an amendment county judge blocked him from imposing new furloughs on state employees. the judge issued a temporary restraining order yesterday saying there were serious questions about the legality of the furloughs. he ordered 144,000 employees to take three unpaid audes off -- days off until a new budget is passed. the governor will likely address this this morning when he speaks before the chamber of -- chamber of commerce. he writes he's determined to revive california's economy to cut spend
would love to bring lewis ross to justice and bring closure to the community and the family and everyone. >> reporter: investigator galindo says he does not believe that hassani was not with ross or was even alive when ross said he left hassani the night he said he went missing at the back to have the story. ross was the husband and foster father of hassani. parents of their own child, the couple now has split up with ross living in maryland and refusing to talk any more with investigators and jennifer campbell in arizona. >> two weeks ago i went out of state with the fbi and conducted an interview of jennifer campbell. at this point, i would consider her as we sometimes call a person of interest. she obviously may or may not have information. >> reporter: volunteers have kept this case in the public eye the past year just met for an hour with the chief criminal district attorney. they say they'll keep trying to help police find someone with a piece of information that might lead to finding out what happened to hassani. >> we're looking forward to go further with this and bring resolutio
feel that ross is obviously not being forthright he's a suspect because he is the last person that we know was with campbell before he went missing. >> 26 ago peoplebehavingbadly@kron4.com said the one of his stay with fbi and interviewed jennifer campbell who is now reportedly living in arizona. they're calling our person of interest to may or may not have the information in this case. the tenants said there were numerous searches like you see here a vocal and in the hayward shoreline regional park but there's no new witnesses or evidence in the case. attorney john who had in the past consult with campbell and ross he said he believes the zero p d didn't have any evidence to arrest a couple and that their arrest in the past had actually impeded the investigation. again they were let go because there's no evidence in the case any sense been quite some time that he's consulted with ross in campbell. reporting live in oakland kron 4 news. >> new details court documents have revealed new information into the alleged sexual relationship between the livermore mother and two are under age b
. today they hope to file charges against ross. >> the case is still classified as a missing person's case but based on the investigation i believe he's missing at the hand of ross and he remains our primary suspect. >> reporter: ross and campbell were arrested last august but were later released due to lack of evidence. >> this country's judicial system is not you're guilty until proven guilty, it's innocent until proven guilty. >> reporter: today they met with alameda county district attorney's office. they want to keep his name and face in the public eye. >> i feel he's alive and just need to look for him. >> reporter: today in several neighborhoods they had his photo posted. >> while they walked by the picture they had sitting out in front of the church every day, and i think about it every day. >> reporter: and at tonight's vigil, a cake with his photo, for the missing boy whose 7th birthday will be next month. >> whether we find him alive or whether we don't, we need to find him. >> reporter: people here at this vigil and investigators are hoping that anyone who has any tips will cal
on the investigation, i feel that hasani campbell fell foul play at the hands of lewis ross and he remains the main person of interest in our case. >> reporter: police arrested both foster participants three weeks after the disappearance but released them three days later for lack of evidence. parents of their own child born since hasani disappeared the couple now has split up with ross living in maryland and refusing to talk any more with investigators and jennifer campbell in arizona. >> two weeks ago i went out of state with the fbi and conducted an interview with jennifer campbell. >> reporter: investigator galindo says he does not believe the hasani was alive when he was reported missing. >> we cannot ask for a better team on this case to resolve it and bring hasani home. >> reporter: accusing ross of killing campbell is one thing, but tonight police are still asking for the public's help for any information they say that might help bring him to trial. rita williams, ktvu. >>> and at this hour, people are gathering for a candlelight vigil in hayward to mark the anniversary of hasani campbell's
. they believe hasanni campbell is dead and they believe his foster parents lewis ross jennifer campbell who was also his aunt was involved. >> the case is classified as a missing person's case but i feel hasanni campbell met foul play at the hands of lewis ross. >> reporter: they were arrested on related charges but with no body and no hard evidence police had to release them. the couple left the bay area and later separated. campbell is believed to be in arizona and ross may be in maryland. >>> investigators have reached a remote spot where former senator ted stevens and four others were killed in a plane crash. heavy fog and wind delayed the rescuers. it took 12 hours to get to the mountain side that the plane smacked into on monday. ex-nasa chief sean o'keefe is among the survivors. the group was on their way to a lodge where they spent time fishing. known as uncle ted, senator ted stevens served for four years long they are than any other republican. >> there is one thing you can count on, i will never stop fighting for the people of alaska. >> two years ago, stevens was convicted on co
actually saved his owner's life. >>> up next, another installment of dave versus dave, feldy and ross, front and center. you are watching fox 5 morning news. [ male announcer ] where are people with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis going? they're discovering the first self-injectable ra medicine you take just once a month. it's simponi™, and taken with methotrexate, it helps relieve the pain, stiffness, and swelling of ra with one dose a month. visit 4simponi.com to see if you qualify for a full year of cost support. simponi™ can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious and sometimes fatal events can occur, such as infections, cancer in children and adults, heart failure, nervous system disorders, liver or blood problems, and allergic reactions. before starting simponi™, your doctor should test you for tb and assess your risk of infections, including fungal infections and hepatitis b. ask your doctor if you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, or develop symptoms such
's no confusion on the various motions out there. why don't we go to supervisor ross mirkarimi. supervisor mirkarimi: thank you, mr. president. colleagues, i know that this is the last stop after what has been well over a decade long process. and i know those stake holders do have worked diligently to try to get it here, are anxious for it to get passed us. i want to first thank supervisor maxwell for her leadership in trying to and helping marshal this to this particular stage. i want to thank all stake holders who have worked from the city, both from the community and from the business community to help make this, in their minds, the best project possible and i want to thank all the stake holders who are opposed or who have been apprehensive about this project, who have worked so hard to make this the best project as possible as well. the supervisor from the fillmore, i represent the fifth district and that should not be at all from this discussion. the first largest -- [inaudible] took place in our district known as the fillmore. for years as i was leading up to elected office which is
for ross all the folks love to come here in the wine country and we need special colors it will be fun it's black and white and some cherry around it will be fun. >> fair enough all right. you know your number 11 how many times do get a day to get free- soiler peace, >> everybody asked me that in the kids deck should call me this letter be man. (laughter) >> let's talk but the track since you know a lot about. when you come to a place where you've won before do feel maybe a little bit of an advantage? >> almost always it's an extra boost of confidence we've done well here many times before but you said i won the race it's always nice to come back to a place that she won. for sure it's an extra complement the but the car on the racetrack on friday and then see what happens. for sure think we have a good chance this week. >> is this course and i approached it is this of little narrower than some of these other courses because the passing lanes roles and killed. >> it is a little bit narrow which makes it passing more difficult it also makes. the other races the sessions are not important he
in fremont at a wal-mart. that was captured on video. his foster father lewis ross said he brought the boy here four days later to the shoes at rockridge august 10th when he left the boy in the car, came back a few minutes later. the boy was gone. the boy has cerebral palsy, undoubtedly did not wander off. ross's story was never bought by the police. he and the boy's foster mother were arrested on suspicion of murder. ross failed a polygraph. he also texted campbell saying he was going to abandon a boy at a bart station. he was fed up trying to care for him but the d.a. didn't see a case and the two were released. a citizens for the lost society remembers the day she began seeing the foster parents as suspects. >> february 13th, 2009, when our volunteers were in the neighborhood putting up fliers and they were at the bedroom window and told them to get the hell away from his property. an innocent person wouldn't do that. i think that was a turning point for everybody. >> ross and campbell moved to arizona a few months after the disappearance and have since separated. today there's going to
. >> fans will be excited about that. >> coming up a little later chris cooley, dave ross and myself play golf. a very competitive aspect of football that players don't know. a lot of players play golf in their down time. dave versus dave. >> thank you, feldy. >>> you can write whatever you want on sites like facebook and twitter? think again. your nasty comments could be setting you up for a lawsuit. find out what you can and cannot say online next. >>> also a super bug spreading across the globe and there may not be any way or any medications to stop it. >>> and this man's wedding proposal unforgettable for all the wrong reasons. you have to hear what happened to that $9,000 missing engagement ring. we're back.  >>> nasty comment, mean notes. you can find that and a lot more on base facebook, twitter. some people think you can say anything online. but they could be setting themselves up for a lawsuit. tisha thompson has the story that's only on fox. >> reporter: hurtful messages, even outright lies splashed up on the web for all to see. when on-line thugs are bent on
on this morning's work out at redskins training camp. dave ross has a live report coming up. >>> the queen of soul aretha franklin recovering after falling and breaking ribs. that's what the news is saying. she was suffering from abdominal pain and will undergo tests. a specs person -- a spokesperson said she was supposed to perform this week and next in york. she had to reschedule the shows for later this month. >>> there is increasing speculation this morning that wy live jean -- wyclef jean will run for president of haiti. he will reportedly one as part of the -- run as part of the coalition in november. his spokesperson is declining to confirm the reports but said wyclef will make an announcement tomorrow night. >>> a woman tied up by a masked intruder. a man broke into a home in atlanta and ransacked the place and then tied the woman with a bed post. he eventually took off in her car when she finally felt safe and she mon you'ved her feet to her -- maneuvered her feet to her laptop and typed a message to her boyfriend using only her toes. >> i sta
. sports director dave feldman or dave ross. feldy? >> shawn, to different strategies. i went old school, mark mosley straight o. ross went soccer style, today's norm, sort of an easy way out. without further adieu, the kicking edition of dave versus dave. another edition of dave versus dave. dave feldman, dave ross and the field goal kicker from florida state who is going to teach dave and i and then judge us on kicking field goals. not as easy as everyone thinks. >> definitely not as easy as everyone thinks. >> aren't kickers these days bigger, stronger and sturdier? when you were walking down here did you say doesn't look like much of a competition. he's going soccer. i'm going straight. >> i think he might have you. i'll jog about a thousand yards. you're going for it. >> high kick. >> high kick. this is a problem. >> we'll go with a 50 yarder. >> let's go with a two and a half step approach. >> he's not doing it. we assume it would go in. >> i like when i do this. i don't know what it means but i like it. >> magellan. >> rechecking my a
program. tonight, wilbur ross a man who made billions restructuring the american steel business tells us about what america has to do to maintain its economic place. you'll be surprised. >> i really feel that within five or ten years we could be a second-rate power. we'll still be big, but we could really be behind the 8-ball in a very big way. it isn't even just r&d, a generation ago we were number one country in the world in the terms of what percentage of people finished college. you know where we rank now? 12th. >> charlie: we conclude with kevin kline with a new movie called "the extra man." >> every actor has his or her own style, there's no one method, doesn't matter where you've trained. it's sort of like that character jeffrey rush played in the shakespeare movie. it's ultimately a sort of alchemy of strange ingredients suddenly bring forth gold or lead depending. >> charlie: a program note our conversation with the executive editor of the french newspaper will be seen later this week. tonight, wilbur ross and kevin kline. coming up. captioning sponsored by rose commu
says the case hasn't gone cold it's an active investigation. his prime suspect is this man louis ross who is said campbell's foster father. >> is still classified as a missing persons case based on the investigation i feel campbell was foul play at the hands of ross who remains a primary suspect. louis ross and jennifer campbell was a pass this on the east end in foster mother. they're arrested earlier on in the case by release due to lack of evidence. ross who reportedly lives in maryland has said he briefly left campbell of set is car in this open issue store parking lot on august 10, 2009 when he disappeared. jennifer kimball was working at the store. oakland police now say they don't believe campbell ever made it to the store. >> i feel that to ross is obviously not being forthright. he is suspect because he was the last person that we know was with us on the before one missing. two weeks ago oakland police said the one of state with the fbi and interviewed jennifer campbell was now reportedly living in arizona. recalling her personal interest to mayor may not have information in
and crafts. a kingdom of joy for all kinds of kids. kids like ross halleran, age 73. >> i'm the biggest kid in the camp. >> reporter: well, not quite the biggest. that title might go to judy schreider, age 92. >> i love it. i just love it. every part of it. >> reporter: they're part of the remarkably -- let's call them seasoned staff -- at the rivers day camp outside boston. charlie rose, sailing at age 69. >> who's next? >> reporter: his wife sandy at swimming, age 65. jim dancy, shop, 78. while most camp counselors around the country are high school and college age, at rivers, only half are younger than 25. >> we don't want children to take care of children, and we want to give the kids an experience of having counselors of all ages. >> reporter: including his mother judy who's been teaching woodworking for 20 years. she has an idea why older counselors can sometimes be better counselors. >> they've been doing the same thing over and over and over again. they see how happy you can make a child. >> reporter: what do you think about judy? >> she does good sanding. >> reporter: she does good
and haynesworth with test issues again. and dave ross and i take the test. don't want to miss that. it is coming up later on. >>> the university of maryland ranked high on an infamous list. the princeton review released the list of top party schools today and maryland is number 19. it is based on e-mail surveys of 122,000 students at 370 colleges across the country. the university of georgia picks the number one spot ♪ [ music ] ♪ i'm from the gulf coast. my family spends a lot of time here. i have a personal interest in ensuring that we get this job done right. i'm keith seilhan. i'm in charge of bp's clean up on the gulf coast. bp's taken full responsibility for the clean up, and that includes keeping you informed. over 25,000 people are included in the clean up operation. our crews are cleaning the gulf beaches 24/7. we're going to be here as long as it takes to make this right. >>> a fairfax county teacher accused of assaulting two students is being arrested. police say she physically assaulted and mistreated two boys who were assigned to her class. they say the incidents happened during
.0. we're talking with denice ross. is the the head -- the deputy director of the center. what kind of data do you collect? >> we collect data that is important to our audience, which changes depending on the audience's needs. we focus primarily on nonprofit agencies before the storm. we focus on information to write grant proposals, and after katrina hit, the environment changed. all of that data that we had organized by neighborhood to be easy for people to use -- it was instantly obsolete and historical. we had to start figuring out who the new audience was, what questions they had, and what might didn't -- what data might be available to answer those questions. >> what is the process to answer the questions? how do you develop the information to those who consume your material? >> we have been around for more than 12 years. we have a very strong website audience. we have about 100,000 unique of idiots -- and in unique visits every year. we know we can get our finger on what people are looking for. after the storm, people needed basic information on who was back in new orleans an
with the redskins and he'll talk with our experienced dave l ross coming up. ng >>> and as we utake you to break, a live look outside this morning. rn we'll get the latest weather from tony and julie has ie traffic. it's all coming up next. 7:10 now. haffi co >>> we continue to help make your summer a fun one with chances to win tickets to shows at jiffy lube live. today we're giving away tickets to saturday's kings of leon show. correctly answer the trivia question on your screen which is: what is the first track on the kings of leon debut album. it's not what you're hearing because this is the second album. so go back to the first one. is the first track spiral staircase, genius, red morning lights or wasted time. >> it is the first song you hear when you listen to the first album. >> when you google it, what comes up after the number one. if you would like to enter, go to our website at myfoxdc.com. you'll find the contest on the entertainment page. you had until 10:00 to enter. you must be 18. two winners will be picked later today and each get a pair of
: thank you. i want to say thank you to ross mirkarimi for bringing this measure. when i was in graduate school 20 years ago, i studied at that time a relatively new reform of community policing which has now been adopted by police departments around the country and i think everyone knows this is something we need to do and i think it's quite common sense to ask to move forward that our police department have a plan that we can discuss around foot patrols and community policing. that being said, there is a broader conversation on the november debate around sit lie and part of my support was around a policy commitment that i think our city ought to devote to foot patrols and community policing rather than a sit/lie ordinance that has had legal questions and there are many other ordinances that have tried to address similar behavior and have failed. a number of weeks, mayor newsom decided to device language between his hotel tax and the hotel tax placed on the ballot by thousands of san franciscans to be placed on the november ballot and i have to admit his decision to do that, which i tho
and believe ross is responsible. >> as an investigator, police officer, as a father, and i have to live with this every day and i would love to bring louis ross to justice and have closure to the community and family and everybody else. >> at 4:00 this afternoon, there is going to be a rally outside the district attorney's office in oakland to raise awareness about the hasanni campbell case. and then tonight, at 7:00, a prayer vigil is going to be held at westminster hill presbyterian church in hayward. >>> an 18-year-old is behind bars this afternoon for the deadly shooting of a foreign tourist near san francisco's union square. 50-year-old mechthild schroeer from germany died instantly when a stray bullet hit her in the head sunday evening. the victim and her husband were celebrating their anniversary when she was shot near their hotel. the husband left san francisco last night. >> we embraced and my heart just went out to him. my heart went out to him. i began to weep. >> this was a party for children. it should be safer. that underscores my anger and frustration. >> police say mecht
contusion. the redskins fall to the ravens 23-3. >>> and our dave ross was at tonight's game to get a up and close peek at the game. what are they saying about the game. >> reporter: it was certainly a tale of two weeks at fedex field. last week, 42 points, everything was easy and the easy win over the bills and of course the demoralizing loss to the ravens tonight. but who i talked to, all was certainly not lost. >> get to play against the top tier defense that presents a lot of problems in this game. i thought we handled it pretty well. once i felt like i was getting a lot of heat trying to get the ball out to one of our guys, but i think our offensive line did a good job. >> i feel confident, the defense keeps them real at the hole. it's a learning curve, getting -- you learn from it. >> i believe it would have been a good game if we'd went all the way. you know it's preseason. with the fake punt put us in a bind on the 1. regular season, i don't think they would have called that, you know, tell you the truth, but we've matched up pretty well with them. they're a good team, and we've
not think she was prepared. >>> another installment of dave versus dave. dave ross, dave feldman joining the boys for some competition. >> they've passed the conditioning test. now they're front and center. feldy is here toax plain. what -- here toax plain. >> nothing happens till he make as move. if he does his job, no one notices. if he messes up, issues. kind of like the weather. gary mcgrady would attest to that. if you had a 300-pound lineman rushing you through the five- day forecast. here's the latest installment of dave versus dave. dave versus dave with dave feldman, dave ross and casey. first of all, i disagree with dave ross' contention that anyone can play center in this league. >> i would never say that about casey. here's what we do know. one of the best centers in the league, been here for a good six years. >> he's going to teach us the art of snapping the ball because, casey, it's more than just handing to the quarterback, right? looking at us a, -- at us, would you have a guess of who is going to be the better center? >> if we had a pass rush, i'm definitely going with y
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